Sep 7, 2013

8 Is it a marshmallow?

What IS this?

It's the rainy weather and brrr, chilly.

This is my basil plant. I water it every two days although the stems have browned and it's on the verge of dying. There's still some green leaves at the top. Optimistic much?

I noticed this white stump the other day but dismissed it as peeled paint that had furled together.  How nice, I thought, assuming the wind was responsible for this beautiful random creation.

I was watering my plants just now and, lo and behold, a fluffy white mushroom! By golly, it looked so enticing that I started imagining marshmallows. I doubt this can be eaten.

Anyway, I've decided to leave it as is because I think it adds character to my mini garden. To fluffy mushroom, I say, "Welcome" .

Getting some ant love

Why you grow here?!


8 comments:

  1. It's the wet weather! I get white mushrooms in my garden too but they don't last long. Perhaps some magic fairy has sprinkled mushroom dusts and spores into our gardens :)

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    1. I often wonder what it would be like to have a garden full of mushrooms ^.^

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  2. Wow! Alien mushroom in the pot. But like you said, a welcoming addition in your mini garden.

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    1. Oh Rose, thank you for dropping by. May you be blessed with a smooth delivery ❤

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  3. So cute! An additional to the family.

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    1. Second one now ~ mushroomed just days ago ^.^

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